If you are running a website or a blog, it becomes essential to keep track of different statistics that serve as a benchmark for all the hard work that you have done. These statistics may include your search engine rankings, incoming links, keyword density, traffic monitoring, code validation, website speed, mobile compatibility etc. Today I will take you through such free website testing tools that simply kick ass. … Continue Reading
The latest Google Penguin Update has touched many Webmasters in all the wrong ways. The other day I was watching an old video of Matt Cutts explaining how to build Google friendly links that do not harm your website/blog’s ratings in any way. I am not sure if all of you have watched the particular video, but here are some quick pointers from the video, that can help … Continue Reading
Every time when you are working on a client project, there is this daunting task of finding fresh high-quality fonts from the Internet (free to use). There is a lot of choice available that makes people confused and ends in a lot of wasted time. I have searched for some good ones and listed them here so that you don’t have to do the tiring work.
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This is a list of some cool WordPress plugins for December 2011 :-
Social allows you to broadcast posts to Twitter and/or Facebook, pull in items from each as comments, and allow commenters to use their Twitter/Facebook identities
Scripts n Styles
This is a total solution for backing up your WordPress blog and data. It also allows you to store your backups in various locations like FTP server, Dropbox, Google Storage etc.
Vertical Accordion Menu Plugin
This plugin allows you to easily create multiple jquery vertical accordion menus using the custom menus function, available in WordPress 3.0. The accordion menu can handle any number of sub-menus and features include the … Continue Reading